2018 World Series of Poker

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Event #42: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed High Roller
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Event #42: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed High Roller
Dia 1 Terminado

Beylin Leads After Day 1; Negreanu, Kornuth and Mizrachi Among Big Stacks in the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller

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Konstantin Beylin leads After Day 1
Konstantin Beylin leads After Day 1

One of the highlights of the 2018 World Series of Poker, Event #42: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed High Roller, has wrapped up the first day with 101 players out of a 192-entry strong field bagging up after ten levels of one hour each. Some of the biggest names on the international poker circuit took a shot at glory at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino and it was Konstantin Beylin that ended on top of the counts with a stack of 617,500.

Beylin is no stranger to the WSOP, with seven cashes and three further cashes at WSOP Circuit events for just over $100k in prize money, His biggest payday was on this very event one year ago where he finished in 24th place and received $42,393 for his efforts.

Veselin Karakitukov is familiar with running deep in this event as well. At the 2016 WSOP, Karakitukov ended up in 5th place for a career-best score of $252,909. The Bulgarian bagged up the second-biggest stack with 549,500. Karakitukov's rise to the top of the leaderboard began very early when he was involved in a three-way all in with Ryan D'Angelo and Jason Mercier. Karakitukov had flopped top set against the nut straight of his two opponents, and the river paired the board to ensure the triple up for the Bulgarian.

Veselin Karakitukov
Veselin Karakitukov

The $25,000 price tag brought out some of the very best in the world, and plenty of notables made it through to Day 2. Following Beylin and Karakitukov was poker superstar Daniel Negreanu (532,000), Aaron Katz (525,000), George Wolff (504,500), David Len Ashby (498,500) and Scotsman Fraser MacIntyre (482,000). Negreanu was among those to bust on the first attempt, re-enter and successfully run up a big stack in the last level of the night.

Chance Kornuth (473,500), Robert Mizrachi (453,000), 2017 fourth place finisher Artem Babakhanyan (436,000), Chris "BigHuni" Hunichen (374,000), Scotty Nguyen (347,500), Jason Koon (325,000), Brian Rast (312,500), Paul Volpe (258,500), defending champion James Calderaro (234,500) and PLO serial crusher Tommy Le (230,000) all bagged solid stacks as well.

Chance Kornuth
Chance Kornuth

Among those to bust throughout the ten levels on Day 1 were Iraj Parvizi, Ben Lamb, Yuki Ko, Jonathan Abdellatif, Bryn Kenney, Esther Taylor, Farid Jattin, Keith Lehr, Jesper Hougaard, Jussi Nevanlinna, Jan-Peter Jachtmann, Michael Mizrachi, Richard Gryko and Anthony Zinno. Parvizi ran his second bullet up to more than half a million in chips before ending up on the rail not even an hour later on a table that featured Wolff, Jacob Kalb and Eric Berger.

Two dozen players re-entered and that number is guaranteed to grow, as the registration remains open for another two levels on Day 2. Michael Mizrachi is among those expected to take another shot at the coveted gold bracelet after coming fresh off winning an unprecedented third title in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship. Mizrachi was ousted by Dominykas Karmazinas when he got it in with aces and a straight draw on a ten-high flop, Karmazinas had two pair and ended up with a full house after the turn and river came running sevens.

Day 2 will recommence at 2 p.m. local time with level 11 and blinds of 1,500/3,000, the prize pool information will be released once the registration has closed at the start of level 13. Make sure to tune back in to find out who will remain in contention for the $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller title.

Day 2 Seat Draw

RoomTableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
Amazon4271Martin KozlovAustralia112,00037
Amazon4272Eric BergerUnited States394,500132
Amazon4274Omar ZazayUnited States360,500120
Amazon4275Kilian LoefflerUnited States229,00076
Amazon4277Christopher MeyersUnited States159,50053
Amazon4278Fraser MacIntyreUnited Kingdom482,000161
       
Amazon4281Kory KilpatrickUnited States128,00043
Amazon4282Scotty NguyenUnited States347,500116
Amazon4283David BenyamineUnited States139,50047
Amazon4284Mandy CalaraUnited States132,50044
Amazon4285James CalderaroUnited States234,50078
Amazon4286Xuedong LiChina311,000104
Amazon4287Brian AlioaUnited States194,00065
       
Amazon4291Aaron KatzUnited States525,000175
Amazon4292Joshua LadinesUnited States90,00030
Amazon4293Edward HanUnited States453,500151
Amazon4294Jarred GrahamAustralia217,50073
Amazon4295Sam SoverelUnited States145,00048
Amazon4296Brant HaleUnited States265,00088
Amazon4297David ProciakUnited States252,50084
       
Amazon4301Daniel NegreanuCanada532,000177
Amazon4303Robert MizrachiUnited States453,000151
Amazon4304Gavin CochraneUnited Kingdom180,00060
Amazon4305Sylvain LoosliFrance51,00017
Amazon4306Andjelko AndrejevicUnited States42,50014
Amazon4307Craig VarnellUnited States479,500160
Amazon4308Brian RastUnited States317,500106
       
Amazon4312John RiordanUnited States416,000139
Amazon4313Jason MercierUnited States78,50026
Amazon4314Veselin KarakitukovBulgaria549,500183
Amazon4315Philip WardUnited Kingdom256,50086
Amazon4316Nicholas PetittiUnited States80,50027
Amazon4317Max KruseGermany145,00048
       
Amazon4351Toan TrinhUnited States81,50027
Amazon4352Naman MadanIndia272,50091
Amazon4353Jesse ChinniUnited States240,00080
Amazon4355David WangAustralia266,00089
Amazon4356Chance KornuthUnited States473,500158
Amazon4357Aleksandr GofmanRussia74,00025
Amazon4358Jonathan DepaUnited States143,50048
       
Amazon4361Jeffrey PalarinoUnited States216,00072
Amazon4362Bryce YockeyUnited States43,00014
Amazon4363Mark DavidoffUnited States142,50048
Amazon4364Justin BonomoUnited States87,50029
Amazon4366James ParkUnited Kingdom201,00067
Amazon4367Artem BabakhanyanRussia436,000145
Amazon4368Kyle BowkerUnited States246,50082
       
Amazon4371Andrew IgeUnited States158,50053
Amazon4372Tobias ZieglerGermany103,00034
Amazon4373Yuta SakamakiJapan295,00098
Amazon4375Richard TuhrimUnited States105,00035
Amazon4376Mike GorodinskyUnited States234,00078
Amazon4377Hokyiu LeeHong Kong179,50060
Amazon4378Noah SchwartzUnited States114,50038
       
Amazon4381George WolffUnited States504,500168
Amazon4382Michael KamranUnited States102,00034
Amazon4383Tom HuUnited States270,00090
Amazon4384Christopher SantoraUnited States212,00071
Amazon4385Luis VeladorUnited States386,500129
Amazon4386Dominykas KarmazinasLithuania303,000101
Amazon4388Ben YuUnited States84,00028
       
Amazon4391Konstantin BeylinUnited States617,500206
Amazon4392Tommy LeUnited States230,00077
Amazon4393Yevgeniy TimoshenkoUnited States113,00038
Amazon4395Joao SimaoBrazil204,00068
Amazon4396Eddie OchanaUnited States300,500100
Amazon4397Ognjen SekularacSerbia337,500113
       
Amazon4431Christian HarderUnited States207,00069
Amazon4432Scott EskenaziUnited States268,00089
Amazon4433Peter HernandezUnited States187,00062
Amazon4434JC TranUnited States230,00077
Amazon4435Tom MarcheseUnited States80,00027
Amazon4437Andriy LyubovetskiyUkraine103,00034
Amazon4438Daniel MerrileesUnited Kingdom145,00048
       
Amazon4441Phil GalfondUnited States288,50096
Amazon4443Frank ParisiUnited States243,50081
Amazon4444Chase SteelyUnited States145,00048
Amazon4445Christopher FrankGermany206,00069
Amazon4446Josh AriehUnited States154,00051
Amazon4448Tom MidenaUnited States183,50061
       
Amazon4451Mike LeahCanada133,00044
Amazon4452Sean WinterUnited States247,50083
Amazon4453Jason KoonUnited States325,000108
Amazon4455Sam SteinUnited States305,500102
Amazon4456Xinyan ZhouUnited States113,00038
Amazon4457Tong LiChina142,50048
Amazon4458Ralph PerryUnited States71,50024
       
Amazon4461Adam OwenUnited Kingdom440,000147
Amazon4463Connor DrinanUnited States142,00047
Amazon4464David Len AshbyUnited States498,500166
Amazon4465Jake SchindlerUnited States117,00039
Amazon4466John BeauprezUnited States66,00022
Amazon4467Cary KatzUnited States99,50033
       
Amazon4471Chris HunichenUnited States374,000125
Amazon4472Paul VolpeUnited States258,50086
Amazon4473Grazvydas KontautasLithuania332,000111
Amazon4474Jacob KalbUnited States439,500147
Amazon4475Michael SongUnited States83,00028
Amazon4476Majid YahyaeiUnited States97,00032
Amazon4477Bogdan CapitanRomania496,000165
Amazon4478Ben TollereneUnited States295,50099

Tags: Anthony ZinnoArtem BabakhanyanBrian RastChance KornuthDaniel NegreanuDominykas KarmazinasFraser MacIntyreGeorge WolffIraj ParviziJames CalderaroKonstantin BeylinMichael MizrachiRobert MizrachiTommy LeVeselin Karakitukov

End of Day Counts (Completo)

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A recap of today's action is to follow.

Konstantin Beylin us 617,500 67,500
Veselin Karakitukov bg 549,500 179,500
Daniel Negreanu ca 532,000 250,000
Aaron Katz us 525,000 525,000
George Wolff us 504,500 4,500
Len Ashby us 498,500 93,500
Bogdan Capitan ro 496,000 496,000
Fraser MacIntyre gb 482,000 10,000
Craig Varnell us 479,500 36,500
Chance Kornuth us 473,500 73,500
Edward Han us 453,500 453,500
Robert Mizrachi us 453,000 78,000
Adam Owen gb 440,000 10,000
Jacob Kalb US 439,500 -120,500
Artem Babakhanyan ru 436,000 -111,000
John Riordan us 416,000 416,000
Eric Berger US 394,500 38,500
Luis Velador mx 386,500 386,500
Chris Hunichen us 374,000 -26,000
Omar Zazay us 360,500 360,500
Scotty Nguyen us 347,500 149,500
Ognjen Sekularac rs 337,500 41,500
Grazvydas Kontautas LT 332,000 332,000
Jason Koon us 325,000 56,800
Brian Rast us 317,500 -2,500

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Day 1 Finished

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The field of 192 entries has been cut into almost half as just over 100 players bagged up for the night. Anthony Zinno busted just prior to that and will have to re-enter in the first two levels of Day 2.

Anthony Zinno us Eliminado

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Rast Takes a Late Pot

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Just before the last hands of the night were announced, Brian Rast raised the pot to 6,600 on the button and defending champion James Calderaro came along from the big blind. The flop of {6-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{5-Diamonds} was checked through and Calderaro bet the pot for 13,400 on the {J-Hearts} turn, which Rast called.

Both checked the {8-Hearts} on the river and Calderaro announced ace-high, which Rast had beat with the {Q-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{9-Spades}{3-Diamonds}.

Yuki Ko and Jonathan Abdellatif are no longer seated and Anson Tsang almost experienced the same fate. He three-bet preflop against Xuedong Li and moved all in after a flop of {A-Hearts}{Q-Spades}{J-Spades}. There were more than 50,000 up for grabs in the middle of the table and Tsang's shove was for 44,600. Li checked his cards carefully and folded.

Brian Rast us 320,000 -167,000
Xuedong Li ca 290,000 70,000
James Calderaro us 215,000 127,000
Anson Tsang hk 100,000 -120,000
Yuki Ko jp Eliminado
Jonathan Abdellatif be Eliminado

Tags: Anson TsangBrian RastJames CalderaroJonathan AbdellatifYuki KoXuedong Li

Four More Hands

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Each table will play four more hands before players bag chips for the night.

MacIntyre Gets a Fold from Leah

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There was a substantial pot of about 90,000 already brewing and the completed board read {A-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{4-Diamonds} when we got to the table. Fraser MacIntyre was in the big blind and bet 80,000, sending Mike Leah, who was in middle position, into the tank.

"I'll make my decision when the clock hits 20:10," Leah said as he gestured towards the tournament clock in the corner. Nearly two minutes later, he tossed his hand into the muck, and MacIntyre took the pot.

Fraser MacIntyre gb 472,000 42,000
Mike Leah ca 180,000 102,000

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Berger Doubles Through Prociak

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Eric Berger
Eric Berger

In a raising war button versus big blind, Eric Berger ended up all in and at risk and David Prociak had him covered.

Eric Berger: {A-Clubs}{A-Diamonds}{J-Spades}{8-Spades}
David Prociak: {J-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{9-Spades}{7-Spades}

The board ran out {K-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{6-Spades} and Berger doubled for 177,100 with trips eights, putting a big dent into Prociak's stack. Despite the big double, Berger is not the chipleader on his table as Jacob Kalb and George Wolff are still ahead of that.

Jacob Kalb US 560,000 -120,000
George Wolff us 500,000 140,000
Eric Berger US 356,000 356,000
David Prociak us 145,000 -205,000

Tags: David ProciakEric BergerGeorge WolffJacob Kalb

Some Updated Chip Counts

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Konstantin Beylin us 550,000 550,000
Brian Rast us 487,000 87,000
Craig Varnell us 443,000 168,000
Fraser MacIntyre gb 430,000 30,000
Daniel Negreanu ca 282,000 207,000
Jason Koon us 268,200 -11,800
Christian Harder us 267,000 117,000
Christopher Frank de 250,000 5,000
JC Tran us 242,000 82,000
Kyle Bowker us 220,000 5,000
Scotty Nguyen us 198,000 -2,000
David Benyamine fr 190,000 60,000
Mike Gorodinsky us 177,000 -43,000
Sam Soverel us 139,000 -6,000
Dan Smith us 76,200 -48,800
Jason Mercier us 70,000 47,000
Anthony Zinno us 41,000 -165,000
Jake Schindler us 38,500 -57,000

Babakhanyan Doubles Through Sekularac

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Artem Babakhanyan
Artem Babakhanyan

With a massive pile of close to 170,000 chips already in the middle and the board reading {Q-Spades}{J-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}, Ognjen Sekularac bet, Artem Babakhanyan moved all-in for 188,100, and Sekularac called to put Babakhanyan at risk.

Ognjen Sekularac: {J-Spades}{10-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}
Artem Babakhanyan: {A-Clubs}{K-Clubs}{10-Spades}{6-Spades}

Babakhanyan had the lead with a king-high straight and Sekularac needed a diamond on the river in order to stack him. The last card was the {K-Hearts} which further improved Babakhanyan's hand by giving him Broadway, so he took the pot for a huge double-up.

Artem Babakhanyan ru 547,000 347,000
Ognjen Sekularac rs 296,000 36,000

Tags: Artem BabakhanyanOgnjen Sekularac